>>106212322>what'd she say about it?
I mean, she had some fun stories. Some people were kinda flaky (hook up with you then be super avoidant/ghosty) but that's inevitable with any group.
Honestly I was stupidly reserved when we lived in the same town so I never dug into it too much. (never slut-shamed her or anything, I was totally cool, just didn't pry too much.)>How do you become friends with these people?
Well, she probably had an easier time getting in because she was woman who wasn't bad looking. Personally I knew her from HS
Though from what I gather in her new town is that she met people through dating sites and parties. After one successful connection with someone it sorta self-perpetuates from there: If you meet a sexually open/active person they will know other sexually open/active people most of the time. Best advice I can give is make an open minded friend who has a social life and try to find outings like house parties and stuff through them.
As for meeting people in general, that's hard, and there's no real way into it. Just do stuff outside, group activities, local hobby shit, ect. I suppose -and key in on who's less socially conservative, ie. open to partying. Having just ONE friend who gets invited to parties opens up a whole world for you. Imagine having, three, or five. If you maintain those friendships you'll often have openings to go to social outings and will probably start getting invited to them yourself eventually.
Anyway, I'm not the best advice giver for this, I'm not successful in that sort of thing, I just know people who are. Either way, good luck.